Review and rewrite your sales pitch

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What you get with this Offer

The secret to selling depends on how well your message appeals to your target market, and how well you stand out from your competition. If your sales pitch (whether used in writing, video, or a live presentation) lacks these compelling elements, your product or service will not sell.

For $75, I will write an original, one-page (2 to 4 minutes spoken) sales pitch based on the criteria below for optimizing results and conversion.

For +$45, I will write a pitch that is twice as long, going into much greater detail on your product and putting together the compelling elements your audience needs to make a purchase.

For +$25, I will provide a professional audio recording of your pitch, which can be used as-is or added to a video

For +$50, I will provide an in-depth analysis on how to integrate a USP (Unique Selling Proposition) into your company and identify your most profitable target market, as well as how to train your sales staff to use these to your company's advantage.

The elements of a great pitch:

1. What is the problem your customers need solving?

2. The solution as offered by your product/service.

3. The obstacles they are likely to face.

4. How your product/service bypasses or negates these obstacles.

5. Call to action instigating immediate measurable results for your business.

Get more with Offer Add-ons

  • I can provide a professional audio recording of your pitch

    Requires no additional time

  • I can write a pitch that is twice as long

    Additional 1 working day

  • I can write a USP analysis for your product/business

    Additional 2 working days

  • I can deliver all work in 1 working day

What the Freelancer needs to start the work

Show me your current sales pitch and any other promotional material you currently use. Send me a link to your website.

If you don't currently have a pitch, tell me in detail what you are selling, who your audience is, and the conditions under which your pitch will be heard.